Rep. Bubp honored by United Conservatives

March 6th, 2010    Author: Staff Report    Filed Under: Community

State Rep. Danny Bubp (R-West Union) has been awarded Watchdog of the Treasury Award for the 127th General Assembly.

The award recognizes key legislators or policymakers every year who work tirelessly to restore responsible limited government, lower taxes, encourage free enterprise and regulatory relief, and promote personal freedom.

“While many lawmakers in Columbus and Washington, D.C. favor tax increases without cost containment, I am proud to call myself a true conservative,” Bubp said. “Fiscal discipline, personal freedom, an accountable government-these are all the principles that my colleagues and I who are here today have remained committed to since first setting foot in the Statehouse.”

Representative Bubp, left, and House Minority Leader Batchelder.
Bubp was also awarded the Defender of Freedom Award for his service in Iraq. A Colonel in the United States Marine Corps, Bubp was mobilized in November 2007 in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom and served in Ramadi, Iraq as the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force Liaison Officer to the governor of Anbar Province. Bubp returned to Ohio and resumed his legislative responsibilities in December 2008.

The awards were presented at a breakfast ceremony in Columbus, held by the United Conservatives of Ohio.

The United Conservatives of Ohio support the responsible spending of taxpayers' dollars, the elimination of government waste, and the free-market system of competition among private sector firms.
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